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  1. Palustris

    Palustris Total Gardener

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      Surprised this has not been snapped up - fingers crossed for you when the house selling season kicks off again in the autumn.
       
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      pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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      |I cant help thinking gardens do not sell houses these days, much as your garden would suit me @Palustris, I dont think many people see the garden as an asset these days.
      They just want a large house with enough space for a patio and barbeque.

      I find it sad, but then I like room to move, there are those out there that given a large garden would immediately apply for planning permission for another couple of houses.
       
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      • Palustris

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        Already thought of trying to get planning permission to make it sell easier. Not possible. Very very green belt and no mains water or sewers.
         
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          pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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          I think you are looking for that special person who wants exactly what you have there.
          It's going to take a while I'm thinking.
           
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            You could just about still buy this. We think we have sold, but.....
            January 2019
             
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              I hope it goes through for you Palustris. :fingers crossed:
               
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              You may be too late now. We think we have sold, well the contract has been signed, but not exchanged.
              February 2019
              This is what you are missing in February.
               
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                Well @Palustris whoever has bought it has a bargain and bought a wonderful garden and I am envious, but cannot leave my lovely cottage and village I am afraid.. Fingers crossed it carries on through ok and you exchange soon.. Will be very interested to see your new garden when you get it.. :thumbsup:
                 
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                  Good luck Palustris. :thumbsup:
                   
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                  Well done Palustris - you will be sad to leave behind your wonderful garden.
                   
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                  Well done with the sale :blue thumb:. What size will the new garden be?
                   
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                  Odd, in a way that everyone assumes we are moving to a property with a garden. We could be buying a bungalow with just a metre of land all round and a car parking space at the front. There are plenty of that type around.
                  We ain't though. The garden is much smaller than the present one though.
                   
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                    I think it's a natural assumption that you will have a garden, albeit smaller, as your such a good and enthusiastic gardener. :)

                    We're finding it more difficult to manage our garden but I can't imagine not having a garden at all - unless we're forced to it.
                     
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